The facebook community was sure busy presenting and liking the hundreds of photos shared for our Lomography Talent Scout contest! Some went to great lengths in order to garner their rightfully deserved votes so without further ado, here’s the winners!
For the past week, inboxes experienced a flood of likes and comments as Lomography’s social network addicts re-posted and re-tweeted away their best photos for our Lomography Talent Scout competition! Just like a real draft pick, our keen-eyed talent scouts scoured the deep pool of talent for the best and brightest while publicity reps smooth-talked their way into more likes at every turn! Who won out in the end, you ask? Caroline Fleygnac aka crazycaro68 garnered an amazing 221 votes, which wins her 75 Piggies and ushers her, together with our other talent scout pool, into Lomographic fame! Congrats!
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